HIPAA Privacy Rule — Part 3 (for managers)

In this presentation for JurisIQ Learning Center, healthcare attorney Patricia Rogers provides training for managers on the Privacy Rule under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, commonly referred to as HIPAA, which governs the use and safeguarding of an individual’s protected health information (PHI) by health plans, health care clearinghouses and healthcare providers. The last of a three-part series focused on the HIPAA Privacy Rule, address the following special topics under HIPAA, including Affiliated Covered Entity, de-identification of PHI, limited data sets and data use agreements, uses and disclosures of PHI for fundraising, verification of identity of persons requesting PHI, genetic information, and the prohibition on the sale of PHI. Topics include:
•  Affiliated Covered Entity
•  De-identification of PHI
•  Limited Data Sets and Data Use Agreements
•  Uses and Disclosures of PHI for Fundraising
•  Verification of Identity of Persons Requesting PHI
•  Genetic Information
•  Prohibition on the Sale of PHI
•  Administrative Requirements – Training, Policies and Procedures, Records Retention

This presentation requires a subscription to the Healthcare Law Compliance training module of JurisIQ, a service of McAfee & Taft providing unlimited online, on-demand access to timely compliance training videos targeting all levels of a workforce — basic training for the general workforce, expanded training for managers and supervisors, and detailed education and training for HR professionals, executives, and business owners.